Summer events in East Anglia

Summer events in East Anglia

Posted: June 8, 2018   •   Posted in: Local Interest

Summer is a time of sun. Of festivals, carnivals and celebrations. Here’s our rundown of some of the best events taking place in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex this summer period. Music festivals in Suffolk Our region is a great county for festivals. In Suffolk, there is at least one festival a week between May and […]

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Long Melford show house opens this Saturday!

Long Melford show house opens this Saturday!

Posted: May 24, 2018   •   Posted in: Properties

If you’re looking for a luxury house or apartment in one of England’s most beautiful villages, we have good news for you! The show home at Long Melford’s Elms Croft development opens on Saturday! An exquisite collection of one & two bedroom apartments and three & four bedroom houses by Kier Living, Elms Croft is […]

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Lavenham Guildhall – Horrible history brought to life

Lavenham Guildhall – Horrible history brought to life

Posted: May 23, 2018   •   Posted in: Local Interest, Rooftops Magazine

If you pop down to Lavenham Guildhall this summer you can discover stories from across five centuries of Suffolk history, including how prisoners were put to the lash and how 18th century used ingredients like live woodlice, peacock dung and crab eyes… sounding much worse than the ailments they were meant to cure! Although originally […]

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Dream Homes – Thatched Roofs

Dream Homes – Thatched Roofs

Posted: May 11, 2018   •   Posted in: Properties   •   Tagged: , ,

Beautiful to look at, thatched roofs have that ‘olde worlde’ charm. They’re romantic and make a house feel ‘alive’. Made of straw and reed it is no wonder a thatched house seems to breathe. Eco-friendly, reed is a great insulator, keeping your home warm and quiet. Especially popular in our region – nearly a tenth […]

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Discover countryside living at this exciting Suffolk development

Discover countryside living at this exciting Suffolk development

Posted: April 26, 2018   •   Posted in: Properties

Set in Long Melford, one of England’s most beautiful villages, this development of one & two bedroom apartments, and three & four bedroom houses is ideal for first time buyers, couples and families. With countryside walks in one direction and amenities in the other, you can enjoy modern living in this most picturesque part of […]

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Dream homes – Ponds, lakes & water features

Dream homes – Ponds, lakes & water features

Posted: April 16, 2018   •   Posted in: Properties   •   Tagged: ,

When you think of a garden, you’ll no doubt think of flowers and freshly mown lawns, maybe even a vegetable patch. But no truly attractive garden is complete without a water feature. A haven for wildlife, ponds, lakes or a fountain are beneficial to nature as well as attractive to look at. Water features are […]

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We’re attending the London & Country Property Show 2018

We’re attending the London & Country Property Show 2018

Posted: April 10, 2018   •   Posted in: General News

We are delighted to announce that we are exhibiting at the London & Country Property Show, an exclusive, high profile event, which promotes regional property to London and International buyers. We are confident that this proactive approach to the London market will generate interest in our properties. Where: Pillar Hall (Olympia London), Kensington, W14 8UX< […]

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Behind the scenes with one of our property photographers

Behind the scenes with one of our property photographers

Posted: March 28, 2018   •   Posted in: General News

You’ve instructed your agent and now it’s time to have photographs taken of your property, so they can be used for marketing purposes. Often people think that this is something that anyone equipped with a smartphone can do. But when you’re trying to sell what is likely to be the most expensive asset you own […]

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A brush with the Brecks

A brush with the Brecks

Posted: March 23, 2018   •   Posted in: General News

Did you know Breckland’s dry heaths are important for their botanical diversity, and many of the plants are found nowhere else in Britain. This is due to the unique soils and dry “continental” climate and are the nearest thing in Britain to continental heaths and steppes. Ancient heathland once covered large areas of the Brecks, […]

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Shape up – How to improve your garden!

Shape up – How to improve your garden!

Posted: March 15, 2018   •   Posted in: General News, Investor tips

A new home, a new garden. Like houses, gardens benefit from having a framework and structure too, and I’d like to talk about how to assess what framework your garden has, if it has one at all, and how a framework can be the start of a really good looking garden. Re-designing a garden can be great […]

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